By Daily Caller. Harvey Weinstein wrote in a 2017 email that Jennifer Aniston “should be killed” in new court documents unsealed Tuesday.
“Jen Aniston should be killed,” the disgraced movie mogul wrote in an email dated Oct. 31, 2017 to a reporter who had sought comment about an an untrue allegation that Weinstein had groped Aniston, according to Variety magazine.
The email was part of roughly a 1,000 pages of documents that were newly revealed ahead of Weinstein’s sentencing in his rape trial.
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Harvey Weinstein Sought Help From Mike Bloomberg and Jeff Bezos, Emails Show
By Page Six. Harvey Weinstein desperately tried to enlist some of the country’s most powerful billionaires in a failed bid to keep his job with the movie studio he co-founded, newly unsealed court filings revealed Tuesday.
Weinstein emailed former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and Lloyd Blankfein, then the CEO of Goldman Sachs, and others to plead for help as he was engulfed by the #MeToo scandal in early October 2017, the documents show.
“My board is thinking of firing me,” Weinstein wrote in a form letter sent from his email account at The Weinstein Company.
“All I’m asking for is, let me take a leave of absence and get into heavy therapy and counseling whether it be in a facility or someplace else, and allow me to resurrect myself with a second chance.”
Weinstein claimed that “a lot of the allegations are false” and that “what the board is trying to do is not only wrong, but it might be illegal and would destroy the company.” (Read more from “Harvey Weinstein Sought Help From Mike Bloomberg and Jeff Bezos, Emails Show” HERE)